Undescribed Archaeocyathid Archaeocyatha
This is the first oneof the best fossil ever prepared with this shape...it is very rare...
are 2 Archaeocyata melted in fossilization...it is an incredible and big association!
Super quality and nice preservation
Archaeocyatha, Vologdin, 1937
L. Cambrian (Nevadella perfecta zone)
GREAT and Rare undescribed Cambrian Fossil Archaeocyatha Cambrian
size: slab 18 cm x 10 cm
NO composition 100% natural
restorations: 1 glued part
preparator: Alex Zagar
ref. Wikipedia : Archaeocyatha (or archaeocyathids ancient cups" /ˈɑːrkioʊsaɪəθə/) is a taxon of extinct, sessile, reef-building marine organisms of warm tropical and subtropical waters that lived during the early (lower) Cambrian Period.